I can think of no better way to have closed the 2018 tea-time concert programme than with the collective sound of well over 100 voices and the elegantly soaring soprano voice of Rebecca Silverman swelling the acoustics in the beautiful setting of Holy Trinity Church! The music programme, a delight
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We couldn't be more thrilled to be welcoming George Burrows and the University of Portsmouth Choirs, accompanied by Anthony Groves and featuring soprano, Rebecca Silverman, in their tea-time concert, 'Evening Song', 3.30pm, Sunday 2nd December at Holy Trinity Church, Gosport! We are expecting 120 voices to swell our wonderful acoustics,
'Today's was a delightfully different recital and we thank John Collins very much indeed for bringing us a variety of pieces from the early keyboard repertoire of Portugal, Spain, Italy and England. It was as intriguing to watch as it was to listen to, with a great deal of intricate
Those of us who shunned the sunshine in a tradeoff of beautiful weather for beautiful music were not disappointed with our choice and enjoyed a truly splendid recital today. Thank you, Adrian, for your delightful selection of music, bringing us four very different pieces, each equally appealing in its own
We are delighted to be welcoming Adrian Moore to the recital programme at Holy Trinity Church, Gosport, on Monday 16th July starting at 1.30pm! Adrian joins us from Leamington Spa where he is organist at Holy Trinity Church. You will see from his programme that he is a much sought
We are all really looking forward to this Sunday's Tea-Time Concert and Portia Kitcher's debut, solo performance at Holy Trinity. She has played for us several times in the past as part of the recorder quartet, Baroque Ad Hoc, but on Sunday she will charm us with another of her